Accused murder moll in Millennial Bonnie and Clyde case back in Canada

Yun (Lucy) Lu Li is accused along with Oliver Karafa of first-degree murder and attempted murder

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The selfie-loving millennial who went on the lam to Europe with her boyfriend following a shocking Stoney Creek murder has been flown home to Canada.

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The Toronto Sun has learned that Yun (Lucy) Lu Li arrived in handcuffs on Monday.

“Li was returned to Canada yesterday,” Hamilton Police Det.-Sgt. Jim Callender said Tuesday. “She will appear briefly in court today at some point.”

He added: “Oliver Karafa continues to fight extradition from Hungary. To my understanding there is a extradition hearing in Hungary tomorrow (Wednesday).”

Karafa, 28, and Li, 25, both of Toronto, were wanted on charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder in the Feb. 28 shooting death of Tyler Pratt, 39, in an industrial area of Stoney Creek.

His 26-year-old girlfriend, whose unborn baby was killed in the gunplay, was also shot.

Within 24 hours, the Millennial Bonnie and Clyde were on the run, flying to Eastern Europe, first to the Czech Republic then Slovakia where his parents live.

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But at some point, the two rich kids decided to take a jolly to trendy Budapest. That misstep led to their capture.

On June 12, the hipper-than-thou homicide suspects were brought to heel by Hungarian police bounty hunters in the trendy neighbourhood where they were hiding, ending their three-month run.

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Cops allege it was Karafa who pulled the trigger on Pratt and his girlfriend.

Still, it could take months for Canada to get its hands on Karafa, who is almost certain to do everything possible to stay off a Toronto-bound plane.

Busted. Oliver Karafa, 28, left, and Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, 25.
Busted. Oliver Karafa, 28, left, and Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, 25. Photo by HANDOUT /HAMILTON POLICE

Li — the daughter of a wealthy businesswoman with tight Liberal ties — may flip on her paramour at the earliest opportunity. Her family has publicly urged her to save herself.

Karafa was well-known for a notorious drunk-driving incident in 2012 that killed his personal trainer and sent the young man to jail for five years.

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